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Dec 25, 2011 3:45pm EST
extremists and extremists on the syria-iraq border, as well, and i used to ask them why they would join, and they would give me some sort of religious and ideological example, and when i started with when they were born, i realized it had nothing to do with political ideology but much simpler grievances, and the only to prove that is to look across multiple contexts, so i started to travel to south america to talk to gang members and to travel to colombia to talk to former farc. >> what similarities? >> it is amazing how much root causes are centered around isolation, alienation, broken homes, being picked on at school, not having alternatives. every young person experiences something happening that lead them to feel isolated and alienated, but what is interesting is when you want at how they went through it. how they met someone by chance on the street that took them to this mosque, where they played football with these three kids that started taking them into a back alley, and you realize how much chance and circumstance plays into this, and i think the most important prescriptio
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